Democratic presidential debate made available for reuse without restriction. CNN's page on the event is here. There are four parts to this debate. This is part 1. [ Part 1 | Part 2 | Part 3 | Part 4 ] [ Democratic | Republican ] ( 1 reviews ) Topics: CNN, Presidential Debate, election 2008
The weekend after his first presidential debate, Barack Obama delivered a speech in front of 35,000 in Detroit, Michigan. He was joined on stage by his wife Michelle, and Joe and Jill Biden. Topics: barackobama.com, public.resource.org
Congressional hopeful and our very own DON COONEY takes on the task of host. Joining him is LEIGH A. FORD, Ph.D and DR. RON KRAMER, all from Western Michigan University, to discuss the politics of oil, The passing of the FISA bill and more. Barak Obama voted for it and John McCain did not show up for the vote. Politics everywhere. Topic: Critical Issues,Critical Issues Alternative Views,oil,war,iraq,FISA,Barak Obama,John McCain
SARAH PALIN PUTS INCEST ON THE AGENDA The GOP candidate for vice president opposes abortion rights even in cases of rape and incest. Some 3,000 minor rape victims get pregnant each year in the US, about one out of 15 girls between 5th and 8th grades is sexually abused and over one-third of their attackers is a family member. In 2001 we spoke with Risa Shaw, the editor of the anthology, Not Child’s Play, about coerced sibling incest. We invite Sarah Palin should tune in. (Host: ark Cohen) THE... Topics: wind, oil, off-shore, incest, rape, abortion, poetry, liberism, conservatism, music
Okay, it is time again for individuals to start campaigning for the 2008 presidential election. Considering that some may not like our current contenders, I (Darrell Wright)would also like to throw my name into the hat for President of the United States of America. Not really, but it made a good video idea. This is basically me and my campaign promises (like I really have any). Created similar to the Daily show or the Colbert report, this video makes fun of our current administration, our... Topics: humor, comedy, politics, 2008 election, presidential campaign, speech, the daily show, the Colbert...
A documentary on the dangers to democracy posed by privately owned voting machines, and what citizens, officials and activists are doing about it. ( 2 reviews ) Topics: electronic voting machines, election integrity, voting rights, new voting rights movement, paper...
Democratic presidential debate made available for reuse without restriction. CNN's page on the event is here. There are four parts to this debate. This is part 2. [ Part 1 | Part 2 | Part 3 | Part 4 ] [ Democratic | Republican ] Topics: CNN, Presidential Debate, election 2008
Joe Biden spoke to a crowd of 2500 in Armory Square about the clear choice that the middle class has on election day, in Marietta, OH, on October 14th, 2008. Topics: barackobama.com, public.resource.org
It has been four years since I released Armageddon (my first film protesting the Iraq Invasion). I hoped that I would never have to discuss this issue again; however, George Walker Bush and Richard Cheney are still in the White House. There are two different versions of this video uploaded here. The larger size file is the more complexed version of this video. Although it is not as exhilarating as Armageddon, I hope you still enjoy it. The smaller file is more accurate to my original idea.... Topics: Iraq War, Fallen Soldiers, peacemakers, Jesus Christ, Gandi, John Lennon, Martin Luther king Jr.,...
Producer Nicole Salazar recorded her own arrest by police at the Republican National Convention. Host Amy Goodman and producers Sharif Abdel Kouddous, and Nicole Salazar were released after an illegal arrest. Goodman was charged with obstruction of arrest; felony riot charges are pending against Kouddous and Salazar.
John Edwards voted for the war in Iraq. Hundreds of thousands of people have been killed because of the war in Iraq. John Edwards helped make that possible. And now he tells the public he is a good candidate to lead the country. This is my response.
Barack Obama: Town Hall in Springfield, Missouri. On July 30th, 2008 Barack Obama spoke at a town hall about economic security and his policy differences with John McCain. Topics: barackobama.com, public.resource.org
U.S. Congressman Ron Paul, Republican candidate for president, speaks at Friday's convocation service in the Vines Center of Liberty University. Hosted by LU Chancellor Jerry Falwell Jr. DVD IMAGE Please note, the dvd image was composed from the original windows media file, and is therefore still of low video quality You can burn a dvd from the following image file using Nero or most any dvd burning program. Image file: right-click this link and SAVE TARGET AS If that doesn't work, get the file... Topic: ron paul republican presidential candidate liberty university jerry falwell jr military commissions...
(Latin Pulse: 8, September 2008) As the United States prepares to elect its next president, the world watches closely. Some see it as the election of the most powerful man in the world. For the first time in the U.S. history, an African American candidate is on the ballot. Thousands of foreigners are rushing to become U.S. citizens so they can cast their vote this November. Most are concerned about how this election will affect them; others are looking at the policies the new president might...
(Global Pulse: June 5, 2008) Illinois Senator Barack Obama rises from political longshot to an historic victory in the battle for the Democratic Presidential nomination. His vision of change captures the attention of the world. Will that vision change how the world sees America? SOURCES: Al Jazeera English, CCTV, BBC America, Press TV, South Asia Newsline, Hechos, RCN, Al Alam
RON PAUL AT THE NEW HAMPSHIRE GOP DEBATE || JUNE 5TH 2007 Ron Paul debates fellow GOP at the June 5th CNN debate. http://www.ronpaul2008.com vote for ron paul online now: http://www.ronpaulpresshub.com/wiki/index.php?title=Polls ron paul brushfire dvd iso: http://ronpauldvd.theshowpodcast.com Topics: ronpaul, ron paul, ronpaul2008, president, presidential, candidate, 2008, republic, republican
October 1, 2008. In front of a crowd of 15,000 in downtown LaCrosse, Wisconsin, Barack Obama talks about fiscal responsibility in Washington, and pledges to ensure the rescue plan works for working Americans. Topics: barackobama.com, public.resource.org
Republican presidential debate made available for reuse without restriction. CNN's page on the event is here. There are four parts to this debate. This is part 3. [ Part 1 | Part 2 | Part 3 | Part 4 ] [ Democratic | Republican ] Topics: CNN, Presidential Debate, election 2008
Conservative media voices Joe Scarborough, Mika Brzezinski, Tony Blankley and Peggy Noonan discusses the effects of the internet on traditional news journalism, citing rumors concerning Republican Vice Presidential candidate Sarah Palin as an example.
On August 7, 2007 the Democratic Party candidates were in Chicago to hold a national debate at Soldier Field. Barak Obama scheduled earlier in the day a fundraiser at a restaurant in Chicago's Pakistani neighborhood on the north side. Many representatives of the Pakistani community held a protest there, opposing his bellicose pronouncements on invading Pakistan if he were elected President. Obama didn't come out to talk to them or to apologize. Later in the day, just outside Soldier Field,... Topics: Obama, Anti-War, Pakistan